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Signs of low voltage
Fatigue is more than just tiredness. Fatigue can make it hard to get out of bed in the morning and prevent a person from fulfilling their daily tasks.
Physical and mental fatigue are different, but they often occur together. Repeated physical exhaustion can lead to mental fatigue over time.
A person with physical fatigue may find it physically hard to do the things they usually do, such as climbing the stairs. Symptoms include muscle weakness, and diagnosis may involve completing a strength test
With mental fatigue, a person may find it harder to concentrate on things and stay focused. They may feel sleepy or have difficulty staying awake while working.
- Aching or sore muscles
- Apathy and a lack of motivation
- Daytime drowsiness
- Difficulty concentrating or learning new tasks
- Gastrointestinal problems, such as bloating, abdominal pain, constipation, or diarrhea
- Irritability or moodiness
- Slowed response time
- Vision problems, such as blurriness
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a devastating and complex disorder. People with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome have overwhelming fatigue and a host of other symptoms that are not improved by bed rest and that can get worse after physical activity or mental exertion. They often function at a substantially lower level of activity than they were capable of before they became ill.
In some cases, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome can persist for years. Moreover, because many illnesses have fatigue as a symptom, doctors need to take care to rule out other conditions, which may be treatable.
- Severe fatigue
- Muscle pain
- Impaired memory or mental concentration
- Post-exertion malaise lasting more than 24hrs
- Inflammation from infections
- Viral infections
- Immune System deficiencies
- Abnormally Low Blood Pressure and Lightheadedness (Neurally Mediated Hypotension)
- Nutritional Deficiencies
Poor Quality of Sleep
A poor night's sleep can have you starting your day feeling drained before your feet even hit the floor. Too many of us are missing out on sweet dreams.
Getting a poor night's sleep means more than just a bad day ahead. The quality of your sleep can harm your health long-term; sleep deprivation is linked to obesity and high blood pressure, poor concentration, and lack of energy for exercising, healthy eating, and leisure activities.
- Mood changes
- Reduced sex drive
- Difficulty focusing and remembering
- You regularly wake up more than once per night
- Waking up with a hangover without having had a drop to drink
- You could swear you got a peaceful eight hours, yet your body tells a different story
How we can help
Treatment at the Tennant Institute
Drs. Tennant and Faldmo believe that if your body can consistently regenerate good cells, then it has the capability to heal itself. They therefore believe that all conditions result from the lack of one of the following three key components, which are required to regenerate healthy cells:
Elimination of Toxins
We have found that once daily key nutritional support is being used and the causes of the low voltage in all the circuits have been corrected (dental infections, scars, hormones/thyroid, toxins and emotional baggage) that your chronic fatigue typically improves and resolves.
With respect to unexplained exhaustion, there are likely more than one circuit experiencing low voltage. For example, when voltage is low, oxygen is low. When oxygen is low, the motors in your cells (mitochondria) run at only 2 ATP (adenosine triphosphate) versus 36 ATP when oxygen is high. So, it is like a car that goes from 38 mpg to 2 mpg. This is one of the reasons why you feel exhausted all the time.
Another reason could be low voltage in the Spleen circuit causing issues with the thyroid and adrenals. These glands should work like a team of horses, but when one lies down, the other cannot pull the wagon.
The body regenerates during the nighttime hours, but if regeneration is impeded due to low voltage, you wake up, such as in the following chart:
- 11:00 pm to 1:00 am (Gall Bladder circuit)
- 1:00 am to 3:00 am (Liver circuit)
- 3:00 am to 5:00 am (Lung circuit)
- 5:00 am to 7:00 am (Large Intestine circuit)
- 7:00 am to 9:00 am (Stomach circuit)
Don't know where to start?
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